Oral Health

Oral health is very essential for maintaining healthy teeth, gums. Oral health issues, such as canker or cold sores, bad breath, dry mouth, tooth decay, or thrush are all treatable with proper diagnosis and care by Dr. Motiwala Dental Clinic.

Why Is Smoking Bad For Your Teeth?

Why Is Smoking Bad For Your Teeth?

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, there are around 36 million people who smoke in the United States alone. This represents approximately 15 percent of the population. Even while this percentage has gone down over the years, there are still a significant number of people who put themselves at risk for dental

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How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?

How Do I Take Care of My Dental Implants?

The success of dental implants over the long term is directly proportional to the quality of care that is given to them. Regular dental appointments are crucial. To guarantee the continued good health of both your implants and your natural teeth, your dentist will devise a schedule for regular dental checkups. When teeth and gums

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How to Keep Teenage Teeth Healthy

How to Keep Teenage Teeth Healthy

Reinforcing the good oral hygiene practices that you were instructed to do when you were younger is something that you should do when you are a teenager. If you make these practices part of your routine, you will increase your chances of having a beautiful smile that is free from disease and decay for the

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Soda Drinks: An Acid Bath For Your Teeth

Soda Drinks: An Acid Bath For Your Teeth

These days, it seems like everyone is drinking energy drinks, but what effects do they have on your teeth? The idea that you can get quick energy from a can might sound enticing, but there is a price to pay for it. Energy drinks, much like other beverages that are high in sugar content, include

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Your Teeth While You Sleep

Your Teeth While You Sleep

Do you find that when you wake up, your throat is dry and itchy? It’s possible that you breathe via your mouth while you sleep. Approximately one-third of our lives are devoted to the act of sleeping. While we sleep, our bodies go into full repair mode, during which it heals, clean, and organize themselves

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Are Oral Piercings Safe?

Are Oral Piercings Safe?

Piercing one’s body has become an increasingly common method of self-expression. Ear piercings are currently the most popular type of body modification done nowadays. However, beginning in the late 1980s, there has been a rise in the number of people interested in getting oral piercings. This encompasses the tongue as well as the lips and

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Conquering canker sores

Conquering Canker Sores

Canker sores may be itchy, irritating, and excruciating. They can even make speaking and eating uncomfortable. What, if anything, can you do to fight back? Hudec Dental can give information on the common causes and treatments for canker sores, allowing you to defeat them. What are Mouth Ulcers? A canker sore is distinguishable from a

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What to eat after tooth extraction?

What to Eat Post Extractions?

Did you know that you have 32 teeth and can have between one and four wisdom teeth, but that between five and thirty-seven percent of people are missing at least one? Wisdom teeth are your third set of molars, and the majority of individuals have them removed due to difficulties or to avoid problems. Following

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Are you at risk for tooth decay

Are You at High Risk for Tooth Decay?

Dental caries can be caused by several things (tooth decay). Asking yourself these questions can help you determine if you are at high risk. Is there plaque in my mouth? A white layer of germs known as dental plaque builds up on your teeth. It must be present in large quantities if it is readily

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Can receding gums grow back?

Receding Gums: Do They Grow Back?

It’s normal to feel self-conscious about your smile if you see that your gums are beginning to recede and your teeth appear longer. Receding gums are a frequent issue that might be caused by a terrible dental habit, an underlying dental problem, or an inherited feature. Learn whether or not receding gums may regenerate and

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